acrylic & ink
on cotton
30" x 46"



Solicitation for Donations:

Support a Better Future Through Storytelling:

This story has been published on the internet to make it available free of charge worldwide to anyone interested the issues it explores. The author receives no remuneration for her time, expenses and creative efforts except from the generosity of her readers. If you enjoyed WEArth and would like to help maintain its continuing presence on the world-wide-web and spread its message of concern for the earth and all its creatures by, please contribute.

The author is currently working on an illustrated version of the THE MEETINGS OF WEARTH using artwork by herself and other contemporary artists who will interpret and bring the story to life with their imagery. She is also writing another book, this one based loosely on the format of Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol,” with the spirits of animals bringing a wayward hunter on a trip through past, present and future. Please help the author bring about a better future through storytelling.

Send your donations to:
Write checks out to WEarthWhile Enterprises.
WEarthWhile Enterprises
Suite 305
328 Flatbush Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11238

For donations of $25 or more, the author will send you a gift of her artwork.

You may also contact the author by sending email to the following address:

“This we know: All things are connected. Whatever befalls the earth befalls the sons of the earth.” Chief Sealth (Seattle), December 1854

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